Growing up in the city of Rasht on the northern coast of Iran, Yasaman enjoyed reading books about mythical worlds, embarking on adventures, and fixing broken electronics around her house. Repairing broken electronics developed into a passion to master mathematics and geometry, and, in the fall of 2014, Yasaman decided to pursue a career in architecture and was accepted at one of the top architecture programs in Iran. She then went on to continue her education at Texas A&M, where she earned her Master of Architecture. Yasaman’s interest in architecture focuses on how end users interact with newly designed spaces. When she’s not working or studying, Yasaman enjoys exploring new places, cooking, running, hiking and creating new workout routines with her husband.